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Translation of "digress" - English-Spanish dictionary

digress

verb   /daɪˈɡres/
to move away from the main subject you are writing or talking about and to write or talk about something else apartarse But I digress. To get back to what I was saying, this poem reflects the poet’s love of nature and his religious beliefs. The lecturer temporarily digressed from her subject to deal with a related theory.1188
digression noun   /-ˈɡreʃ.ən/
digresión Talking about money now would be a digression from the main purpose of this meeting.1188
(Definition of digress from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

digress

verb /daiˈɡres/
to wander from the point, or from the main subject in speaking or writing divagar, desviarse del tema, hacer digresiones I was trying not to digress too much from the main topic of the lecture.
digression /-ʃən/ noun
digresión
(Definition of digress from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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